Scientific American - April 20011 - Quantum Gaps in the Big Bang Theory - Why our best explanation of how the universe evolved must be fixed - or replaced.
Scientists are in full retreat mode on the theory of our origins. Its nice to hear them admit they were wrong.
Now, what were you saying about Americans?
Let's just completely ignore the fact that you followed up a quote about the theory of evolution with problems with the big bang theory (which are about as related as Bitcoins are to sewing machines), there's a giant chasm of misunderstanding between:
"we still don't have the math quite right
"well obviously your theory is incorrect, therefore my theory of a giant sky fairy did it is correct" *whizzes off in motorized wheelchair*
Not that I firmly believe we're not still in some huge mess of economic troubles, but come on... the notion that the overwhelming number of dumbshits who disbelieve our best working theories of abiogenesis and the origin of the universe - not because they understand them well and find them fundamentally flawed, but purely because it disagrees with their chosen superstition which is superior to all other superstitions on the planet - are somehow intellectually superior. There's just no words to describe that level of group stupidity.